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Critical Incident Negotiations Level I - "The Tactical Negotiator"

Event date:
06-15-2015
Event End Date:
06-19-2015
Cut off date:
06-11-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$549.00

"Hosted by the Banks County Sheriff’s Office, Homer, Georgia" 

Course Duration:  40 hours   Instructional Setting:   Classroom/Field

Instructed by: James (Jim) C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor. Jim has 20yrs of Negotiations experience, nine of which were at the Command level. Jim is a Past President of the SCCNA, and a Forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations, where in 2001, he was invited by the DOJ and the FBI to help write National Guidelines for Negotiation teams Nationwide. 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, in order for them to bring about a peaceful resolution to critical incidents. This course is designed to teach the basic skills, techniques and concepts required of any critical incident negotiator, with an emphasis on communication and active listening. 

Topics Include:  

  • Introduction to Critical Incident Negotiations  

  • Critical Incident Negotiations Team Design

  • Response Planning

  • Team/Department Standard Operating Procedures

  • “The First Forty-five Minutes”

  • Working with Command

  • Essential Communication Skills

  • Active Listening Skills

  • Throw Phone and other Communication Devices

  • Primary and Coach working as a team

  • Finding the Hook

  • Documenting the NegotiationWhat is Negotiable

  • Theories of Motivation

  • Who is in Command?

  • Antisocial Personality Disorder

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

  • Dependent Personality Disorder

  • The Surrender Process

  • Team Debriefing After the Incident

  • Dealing with the Critical Incident

  • Students will have two full days of working as a team while honing their skills in real life practical exercises.  

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:

To provide the critical incident negotiator with the skills, techniques and basic concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. The negotiator will learn the importance of negotiating as a team, as well as the roles and responsibilities of each team member assigned. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.  

 

Critical Incident Negotiators –The Agencies Liability Limiters… 

 

Global Police Solutions is an approved Advanced Law Enforcement Training Provider who understands the concerns and needs of Today’s Law Enforcement.

"Responding to the PTSD Subject"

Event date:
07-09-2015
Event End Date:
07-09-2015
Cut off date:
07-07-2015
Capacity:
60
Individual Price:
$149.00

 Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy – July 9, 2015 

Course Duration:   8hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom 

 

Instructor:   Dr. Harry (Nick) Spring, PhD.  Dr. Spring specializes in Diagnosis and 

Treatment of PTSD.   

 

Today, more than ever before, law enforcement officers are faced with responding to calls for service where the subject involved is suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Officers need specialized training to learn how to defuse this individual when experiencing a PTSD episode. The typical response, especially when attempting to effect an arrest on the PTSD subject, brings about a myriad of potential safety issues for the law enforcement officer as well as the PTSD subject. Help your officers by affording them the opportunity to attain the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. 

   

Dr. Nick Spring has been applying psychological expertise in clinical, organizational and academic settings for over Thirty five years. His occupational focus includes PTSD recognition and treatment, psychological evaluation, cognitive rehabilitation, psychotherapy, group facilitation and education. He has extensive experience dealing with PTSD patients, and has spent the last five years dealing only with patients experiencing PTSD symptoms. Dr. Spring was Director of The Non-Traditional Program at the University of Mobile, where Dr. Spring served as a professor of psychology and taught courses in Psychology, Counseling, Personality Theories and Marriage/Family Therapy, and has served as a Hospital Administrator in Psychiatric hospitals in California and Florida. Dr. Spring has also has hosted several radio shows in Louisiana, California, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee, relating to mental health. 

   

Dr. Spring has spent the past 34 years treating patients with PTSD issues and symptoms and helping those patients learn to use techniques that helped them heal and desensitize the memory circuits that held the horrific experience that lead the patient to develop PTSD symptoms, and is eager to assist the law enforcement officer understand PTSD, so they can professionally and safely deal with individuals suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

 

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to provide the first responder with a basic understanding of Post Traumatic Dress Disorder and the disabling anxiety it causes in individuals who suffer from it. This course will provide the law enforcement officer with not only an understanding of PTSD and the conditions that stem from it, but also describes and explains how to speak with this individual and help calm them in an effort to bring them back to reality, and creating a safe environment for your officer, and the PTSD subject.

   

Topics Include:    

  • A Brief History of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

  • PTSD Symptomology

  • How PTSD Begins

  • How Trauma Acts with the Brain

  • Case Studies

  • The Law Enforcement Officer and Defusing the PTSD Subject

  • Student Exercises in “Responding to the PTSD Subject”  

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:  The goal of this course is to provide the law enforcement officer with the knowledge, skills and techniques necessary to feel comfortable and confident when tasked with responding to calls for service where the subject is experiencing a PTSD episode.

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an Approved Industry Provider of Advanced Law Enforcement training throughout the United States and abroad, who understands the concerns and needs of today’s law enforcement.  

 

     

 

First Line Supervision

Event date:
07-13-2015
Event End Date:
07-15-2015
Cut off date:
07-09-2015
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$295.00

"Hosted by the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Center, Biloxi, Mississippi"

Instructed by: James C. Lilley, Master Instructor. Jim has over Twelve years of Law Enforcement Supervisory and Management experience, both on the National, and International Levels, and has instructed supervisory and management classes Nationally, as well as Internationally. 

Course Duration:  24hrs      Instructional Setting:  Classroom

Course Description:This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for First Line Supervisors, so they can assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers. The course is designed to teach basic skills, techniques and concepts of supervision, with an emphasis on “People Skills”, Communications, and Ethics.

Topics Include:

  • The Role of the Supervisor
  • Being a Motivator, a Trainer, and a Mentor
  • The Role of Law Enforcement as it relates to Human Rights
  • Law Enforcement Code of Ethics
  • Change Management and why people resist change
  • The Principles of Community Policing
  • Delegation and “Formal Authority”
  • The importance of Motivation as a Supervisor
  • The Hierarchy of Needs Theory (Maslow)
  • The Theory of Human Motives
  • The importance of being a Leader
  • Social changes that affect Law Enforcement in today’s society
  • The value of Goal Setting
  • Communication and the Supervisor
  • The process of communication and the barriers that affect such
  • Active Listening Skills
  • Handling complaints
  • Planning (Includes class exercises)
  • Goal of the F.T.O. Program

Global Police Solutions - Professional Training for Today's Law Enforcement 

"Critical Incident Negotiations Level II"

Event date:
08-17-2015
Event End Date:
08-21-2015
Cut off date:
08-12-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$549.00

"Hosted by the Banks County Sheriff’s Office, Homer, Georgia"

Course Duration:  40 hours    Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field 

Instructed by:  James (Jim) C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor.

Jim has 20yrs of Negotiations experience, nine of which were at the Command level. Jim is a Past President of the SCCNA, and a Forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations, where in 2001, he was invited by the DOJ and the FBI to help write National Guidelines for Negotiation teams Nationwide. 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of advanced critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, with an emphasis on advanced communication, active listening, and effective questioning techniques. Completion of an approved Critical Incident Negotiations Level I course is a prerequisite to this Level II course.

Topics Include:  

  • Tactical Team use of a Tactical Negotiator

  • Active Listening Skills II

  • Advanced Communication Techniques-“Effective Questioning”

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Designing the Team Intell Board

  • The Barricaded Suicide Call-PTSD Subject

  • Mental Disorders and Negotiations II

  • Negotiating with a “Jumper”

  • Negotiating in a School Setting

  • Negotiating in a Corrections Setting

  • Supervising and Managing the Team

  • Stress Management Before and After the Incident

  • Case Studies

  • Students will have three full days of working as a team, experiencing the duties of each team member, while honing their skills in real life practical exercises

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL

This course is designed to provide the active critical incident negotiator with the advanced skills, techniques and concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. At the end of this course, the negotiator will have demonstrated the role of each team member through practical exercises, as well as perform the functions of supervising and managing a negotiations team. This course is also designed to instruct Primary negotiators in the use of various questioning techniques to elicit root causes of the critical incident. Effective questioning and communication is the key to active negotiations. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.

 

Critical Incident Negotiators – An Agencies Liability Limiters…

 

“Professional Training for Today’s Law Enforcement” 

WWW.GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM 

Call Us Toll Free At: 855-4GPSTRAINING

Supervision and Leadership Level II

Event date:
09-14-2015
Event End Date:
09-16-2015
Cut off date:
09-10-2015
Capacity:
50
Individual Price:
$329.00

"Hosted by the Harrison County Law Enforcement Training Academy Biloxi, Mississippi"

Instructor:  James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Sciencedegree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq.

Course Duration: 24hrs  Instructional Setting: Classroom
 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for Supervisors and soon to be Managers, in order to assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers by creating a professional work environment. The course is designed to teach the skills, techniques and principles required to be a productive, diversified supervisor, leader and manager.
 
Topics Include: 
  • Overview and course introduction    
  • Leadership Styles    
  • Twenty Common Mistakes of Supervisors and Managers
  • The Six Step Problem Solving Method 
  • Ethics   
  • Team Building
  • Motivational Theories
  • Policy Development
  • Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Stress Management
  • Dealing with the Media
  • Supervising in Today’s Society 
  • Value Driven Leadership       

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL 

To instill professional attitudes in supervisors and soon to be managers, as well as providing them with the skills, techniques, and basic concepts of modern supervision principles. An understanding of these concepts is fundamental for supervisors to be successful as mentors, trainers, and as leaders of their agencies. A properly trained professional supervisor is one of the best weapons any law enforcement agency can have in their arsenal, as they will pass on their training and professional attitude to the younger officers. In today’s litigious society, you can help to avoid unnecessary litigation due to “failure to train” or “improper training” of supervisors and officers alike, by affording your officers the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training”.                      

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an Approved Advanced Law Enforcement Training Provider throughout the United States and Abroad. Global Police Solutions; Professional Training for Today's Law Enforcement.

 

"Critical Incident Negotiations Level I - The Tactical Negotiator"

Event date:
09-21-2015
Event End Date:
09-25-2015
Cut off date:
09-17-2015
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$549.00

Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy – September 21-25, 2015

Course Duration:  40 hours   Instructional Setting:   Classroom/Field

Instructed by: James (Jim) C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor. Jim has 20yrs of Negotiations experience, nine of which were at the Command level. Jim is a Past President of the SCCNA, and a Forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations, where in 2001, he was invited by the DOJ and the FBI to help write National Guidelines for Negotiation teams Nationwide. 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, in order for them to bring about a peaceful resolution to critical incidents. This course is designed to teach the basic skills, techniques and concepts required of any critical incident negotiator, with an emphasis on communication and active listening. 

 

Topics Include:   

  • Introduction to Critical Incident Negotiations  

  • Critical Incident Negotiations Team Design

  • Response Planning

  • Team/Department Standard Operating Procedures

  • “The First Forty-five Minutes”

  • Working with Command

  • Essential Communication Skills

  • Active Listening Skills

  • Throw Phone and other Communication Devices

  • Primary and Coach working as a team

  • Finding the Hook

  • Documenting the NegotiationWhat is Negotiable

  • Theories of Motivation

  • Who is in Command?

  • Antisocial Personality Disorder

  • Borderline Personality Disorder

  • Paranoid Personality Disorder

  • Dependent Personality Disorder

  • The Surrender Process

  • Team Debriefing After the Incident

  • Dealing with the Critical Incident

  • Students will have two full days of working as a team while honing their skills in real life practical exercises.  

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL:

To provide the critical incident negotiator with the skills, techniques and basic concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. The negotiator will learn the importance of negotiating as a team, as well as the roles and responsibilities of each team member assigned. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.  

 

Critical Incident Negotiators –The Agencies Liability Limiters… 

 

Global Police Solutions is an approved Advanced Law Enforcement Training Provider who understands the concerns and needs of Today’s Law Enforcement.

 

Supervision and Leadership Level II

Event date:
09-23-2015
Event End Date:
09-25-2015
Cut off date:
09-21-2015
Capacity:
30
Individual Price:
$325.00

"Hosted by the City of Charleston Police Department" 

Instructor:  James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq. 

Course Duration: 24hrs     Instructional Setting: Classroom

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for Supervisors and soon to be Managers, in order to assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers by creating a professional work environment. The course is designed to teach the skills, techniques and principles required to be a productive, diversified supervisor, leader and manager.
 
Topics Include: 
  • Overview and course introduction    
  • Leadership Styles    
  • Twenty Common Mistakes of Supervisors and Managers
  • The Six Step Problem Solving Method 
  • Ethics   
  • Team Building
  • Motivational Theories
  • Policy Development
  • Planning
  • Budgeting
  • Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Stress Management
  • Dealing with the Media
  • Supervising in Today’s Society 
  • Value Driven Leadership
  • Student Exercises          

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved advanced law enforcement training company through the SCCJA.

 

First Line Supervision

Event date:
09-28-2015
Event End Date:
09-30-2015
Cut off date:
09-23-2015
Capacity:
40
Individual Price:
$295.00

“Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy – September 28-30, 2015”

Course Duration:   24 hours  Instructional Setting:   Classroom  

Instructor: James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for First Line Supervisors, so they can assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers. The course is designed to teach basic skills, techniques and concepts of supervision, with an emphasis on “People Skills”, Communications, and Ethics.      

 

Topics Include:   

  • The Role of the Supervisor

  • Being a Motivator, a Trainer, and a Mentor

  • The Role of Law Enforcement as it relates to Human Rights

  • Law Enforcement Code of Ethics

  • Change Management and why people resist change

  • The Principles of Community Policing

  • Delegation and “Formal Authority”

  • The importance of Motivation as a Supervisor

  • The Hierarchy of Needs Theory (Maslow)

  • The Theory of Human Motives

  • Social changes that affect Law Enforcement in today’s society

  • The value of Goal Setting

  • Communication and the Supervisor

  • The process of communication and the barriers that affect such

  • Active Listening Skills

  • Handling complaints

  • Planning (Includes class exercises)

  • Goal of the F.T.O. Program   

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

To familiarize First Line Supervisors with the skills, techniques, and basic concepts of supervision. An understanding of these concepts is fundamental for First Line Supervisors to be successful as mentors, trainers, and as leaders. A properly trained professional supervisor is one of the best weapons any law enforcement agency can have in their arsenal, as they will pass on their training and professional attitude to the younger officers. In today’s litigious society, you can help to avoid unnecessary litigation due to “failure to train” or “improper training” of supervisors and officers alike, by affording your officers the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement. Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training”.

   

Global Police Solutions - "Professional Training for Today's Law Enforcement"

 

    

"Critical Incident Negotiations Level II"

Event date:
10-19-2015
Event End Date:
10-23-2015
Cut off date:
10-15-2015
Capacity:
35
Individual Price:
$549.00

 Hosted by the Virginia Beach Sheriff’s Office Training Academy – October 19-23, 2015

 Course Duration:  40 hours    Instructional Setting:  Classroom/Field 

Instructed by:  James (Jim) C. Lilley, Certified Master Instructor.

Jim has 20yrs of Negotiations experience, nine of which were at the Command level. Jim is a Past President of the SCCNA, and a Forming Council Member of the National Council of Negotiation Associations, where in 2001, he was invited by the DOJ and the FBI to help write National Guidelines for Negotiation teams Nationwide. 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of advanced critical incident negotiation skills training for hostage and barricaded suicide negotiation teams, with an emphasis on advanced communication, active listening, and effective questioning techniques. Completion of an approved Critical Incident Negotiations Level I course is a prerequisite to this Level II course.

 

Topics Include:    

  • Tactical Team use of a Tactical Negotiator

  • Active Listening Skills II

  • Advanced Communication Techniques-“Effective Questioning”

  • The Power of Persuasion

  • Designing the Team Intell Board

  • The Barricaded Suicide Call-PTSD Subject

  • Mental Disorders and Negotiations II

  • Negotiating with a “Jumper”

  • Negotiating in a School Setting

  • Negotiating in a Corrections Setting

  • Supervising and Managing the Team

  • Stress Management Before and After the Incident

  • Case Studies

  • Students will have three full days of working as a team, experiencing the duties of each team member, while honing their skills in real life practical exercises

     

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL

This course is designed to provide the active critical incident negotiator with the advanced skills, techniques and concepts needed to bring about a peaceful resolution to a critical incident. At the end of this course, the negotiator will have demonstrated the role of each team member through practical exercises, as well as perform the functions of supervising and managing a negotiations team. This course is also designed to instruct Primary negotiators in the use of various questioning techniques to elicit root causes of the critical incident. Effective questioning and communication is the key to active negotiations. An understanding as well as practical knowledge of these concepts and skills is fundamental for critical incident negotiation teams to be successful in bringing about a peaceful resolution to the critical incidents they will encounter.

 

Critical Incident Negotiators – An Agencies Liability Limiters…

      

“Professional Training for Today’s Law Enforcement” 

WWW.GLOBALPOLICESOLUTIONS.COM 

Call Us Toll Free At: 855-4GPSTRAINING

 

 

  

First Line Supervision

Event date:
12-02-2015
Event End Date:
12-04-2015
Cut off date:
11-27-2015
Capacity:
50
Individual Price:
$295.00

"Hosted by the Lyman Police Department"  

Instructor:  James C. Lilley - The Director of Global Police Solutions, LLC, Jim brings with him over twenty-five years of law enforcement experience both Nationally and Internationally. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice as well as an ICITAP Master Instructor certification, and is a member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association. Jim is well diversified in law enforcement, and has served in such supervisory and management roles as a Corporal, Detective, Major Level Narcotics Task Force Agent, Detective Sergeant, Patrol Sergeant, Training Sergeant and as a Training Division Commander/Lieutenant. While serving four years in Iraq with the police training mission, Jim served as a Senior Mentor, Lead Trainer, Training Center Support Team Leader, and as the Acting Regional Commander for AAB 5, Southern Iraq where he received a Certificate of Appreciation for Dedication and Initiative from Lieutenant General Helmick, USA, Commanding General, Multi-National Security Transition Command-Iraq.

 

Course Duration:  24 hours      Max. Number of Students:   50      Instructional Setting:   Classroom

  

COURSE DESCRIPTION:  

This course is designed to ensure a quality presentation of supervisory skills training for First Line Supervisors, so they can assist their subordinates in being successful law enforcement officers. The course is designed to teach basic skills, techniques and concepts of supervision, with an emphasis on “People Skills”, Communications, and Ethics.  

 Topics Include:    

  • The Role of the Supervisor

  • Being a Motivator, a Trainer, and a Mentor

  • The Role of Law Enforcement as it relates to Human Rights

  • Law Enforcement Code of Ethics

  • Change Management and why people resist change

  • The Principles of Community Policing

  • Delegation and “Formal Authority”

  • The importance of Motivation as a Supervisor

  • The Hierarchy of Needs Theory (Maslow)

  • The Theory of Human Motives

  • Social changes that affect Law Enforcement in today’s society

  • The value of Goal Setting

  • Communication and the Supervisor

  • The process of communication and the barriers that affect such

  • Active Listening Skills

  • Handling complaints

  • Planning (Includes class exercises)

  • Goal of the F.T.O. Program    

INSTRUCTIONAL GOAL: 

To familiarize First Line Supervisors with the skills, techniques, and basic concepts of supervision. An understanding of these concepts is fundamental for First Line Supervisors to be successful as mentors, trainers, and as leaders. A properly trained professional supervisor is one of the best weapons any law enforcement agency can have in their arsenal, as they will pass on their training and professional attitude to the younger officers. In today’s litigious society, you can help to avoid unnecessary litigation due to “failure to train” or “improper training” of supervisors and officers alike, by affording your officers the proper tools and skills needed to function in modern law enforcement.  Global Police Solutions, LLC is committed to our clients and believes in “Instilling professionalism through training”.

 

Global Police Solutions, LLC is an approved training provider for advanced law enforcement training throughout the United States and Abroad.   Global Police Solutions - "Professional Training for Today's LawEnforcement"

 

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